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Treating skin conditions and inflammatory syndromes with Calendula officinalis

Calendula officinalis is a homoeopathic remedy made Calendula officinalis, an aromatic perennial plant from the Asteraceae family. The mother tincture is extracted from the plant’s top portion. This homoeopathic remedy is mostly used in dermatology. It is a good disinfectant, antiseptic, but also a good healing product. Read more …

Natrum sulfuricum, a remedy of multiple virtues

Natrum Sulfuricum is a chemical component known as sodium sulphate. It results from the combination of one sulphate ion and two sodium ions, which can be found naturally in certain lakes, seawater or in some spring waters. Besides, the remedy is made from a homoeopathic stock. In other words, it is a homoeopathic remedy of mineral origin, and of which the effectiveness stems from the anhydrous sodium sulphate it contains. Read more …

Treating infections with Tuberculinum

Tuberculinum is a homeopathic remedy made ??from animal stocks. More specifically, it is produced from cultivated bovine or human mycobacterium tuberculosis, the bacteria responsible for tuberculosis. It is especially recommended in case of psychic and somatic disorders. However, it also allows one to treat several acute and chronic infections. Read more …

Treating renal colic with Oxalicum acidum

Oxalicum Acidum is an acid found in vegetables such as parsley and soya, although both only contain it in small quantities. On the other hand, its presence is more substantial in sorrel or rhubarb, where it comes in the form of calcium oxalate or potassium. It is an insoluble salt that cannot be absorbed by the intestinal mucosa. Read more …

Vaccinotoxinum: a remedy of multiple therapeutic virtues

Vaccinotoxinum is a homoeopathic remedy prepared from samples of skin rashes taken from a heifer that has been inoculated for 5 days with smallpox vaccine. The remedy is used in the form of granules that must be left to dissolve under the tongue. The choice of dilution depends on the disease requiring treatment. For acute affections, it is recommended to use low dilution remedies such as 4 CH to 9 CH. High-dilution remedies such as 15 CH to 30 CH are well-suited to chronic diseases because in that case the remedy needs to treat the entire body. Read more …

Treating hearing, respiratory and gynaecological disorders with Bromum

Bromum is a bromine-based homoeopathic remedy, a chemical element that belongs to the halogen family. It is primarily used to treat tinnitus and respiratory pathologies. However, Bromum may also be used as a disinfectant and can treat certain gynaecological infections. Read more …

Treating gastroenterological and dermatological disorders with Anacardium orientale

Semecarpus anacardium is a shrub of the Anacardiaceae family. Mainly growing in northern India, this tree produces a nut commonly called “marking nut”. This fruit is used in the preparation of Anacardium orientale. This homoeopathic remedy  is manufactured according to the regular preparation methods that involve soaking the basic compound in alcohol. Read more …

Thuja occidentalis, a homeopathic remedy for the treatment of many disorders

The homeopathic remedy Thuja occidentalis is produced from the ornamental shrub of the same name (commonly called Eastern Arborvitae, Northern Whitecedar or Tree of Life), and usually used for garden hedges. The mother strain is obtained by collecting some of this plant’s twigs, ideally in the spring. Read more …

Treating rheumatic, gynaecological and dermatological disorders with Calcarea Fluorica

Calcarea Fluorica, better known as calcium fluoride, is an inorganic compound that is included in the composition of various body parts. It is notably part of the connective tissue present in the tooth enamel, skin, arteries and veins. It is also present in the joints, periosteum and eye’s lens. Its deficiency results in disorders that prevent these various parts from functioning properly. Read more …

Treating ENT, dermatological and rheumatological disorders with Tellurium metallicum

Tellurium metallicum is made from tellurium, a white-coloured chemical substance, slightly tending towards silver. Its symbol is Te and its atomic number is 52. It presents the properties of metal, while having non-metallic characteristics, and can be used to be overcome insect, fungi and microbial germs. In fact, it is a very toxic and dangerous substance. Read more …

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Pathology and homeopathy are two fields of scientific research that go hand in hand. As a matter of fact, homeopathic research on a disease is always accompanied by a pathological study of that disease. Pathology is the scientific field that studies diseases, while homeopathy is a gentle method for treating diseases. Homeopathic treatment follows the principles of similarity (Similia similibus curentur or "likes are cured by likes") and comprehensiveness. There is no universal treatment for a given disease; it must be adapted to each patient.